Accession Number:

ADA371130

Title:

12TH Meeting, Bird Strike Committee Europe, BSCE - Paris

Descriptive Note:

Rept. for 20-28 Oct 77,

Corporate Author:

BIRD STRIKE COMMITTEE EUROPE VOJENS (DENMARK)

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1977-10-28

Pagination or Media Count:

230.0

Abstract:

The Bird Strike Committee Europe consists of civil and military participants from Europe with a common interest in the bird strike problem. Attendance is open to participants from other parts of the wond. Annual Meeting Proceedings include Chairmans Report, Working Group Reports and Papers Presented TABLE OF CONTENTS Birdstnke Risk Forecast. Dr. J. Hild Germany Bird Strikes during 1975 to European Registered Civil Aircraft. J. Thorpe UK Establishment of Bird Control Units at 6 Dutch Air Bases. L.S. Buurma Netherlands Birds Killed by Aircraft in the United Kingdom 1966-76. J.B.A. Rochard and N. Horton UK Some Statistic Data on Birds Strike to Aircraft and Helicopters over the TerrItory of the Soviet Union. A.l. Rogachev and O.K. Trunov USSR Bird Strikes in German Air Force 1968-1976. Dr. J. Hild Germany Attempts to Control the Breeding Population of the HerrIng Gull Larus argentatus near Copenhagen Airport. H.Lind Denmark Development of the Theoretical Constmct of Synergised Aluminum Ammonium Sulphate for the Control of Birds at Airports. R.J. Stone Treatment for Repelling Birds at Ben Gurion LOD Intemational Airport. Israel The Influence of Weather Vanables on the Density of Noctumal Migration in Spring. S.A. Gauthreaux USA Weather-dependence of height, Density and Direction of Migration in Switzerland. B. Bruderer Switzerland Autumn Radar Study of the Coastal Migration in Western Holland. L.S. Buurman Netherlands Surveys of Bird Concentration Areas as a Tool in Aviation Safety Work with an Example from Sweden. J. Karisson Sweden Bird Strike problems at Ben-Gurlon International Airport LOD. S. Suaretz Israel Plane as a Deterrent an Attractant. V.E. Jacoby USSR

Subject Categories:

  • Military Aircraft Operations

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE